The role of a Product Manager can mean vastly different things to different organizations. Here, Janna Bastow, CEO at ProdPad, breaks down what a successful PM does.
Adding people to a late project may be the most intuitive move to take, but it’s often a bad idea. Here’s why – and a better approach to turning your project around.
‘Growing pains’ may be unavoidable, but they don’t have come unexpectedly. Here’s how to prepare for the journey of scaling a team.
“Silos” are often subtle, hidden, and too ambiguous to tackle. Here’s what they really are, and how taking a customer-oriented approach can prevent them from forming.
“Remote-friendly” is a whole-org effort. Here’s how to help your team adopt this mindset, and why doing so can strengthen your co-located workplace, too.
Jennifer Dary, founder of Plucky, shares how she tackles the trickiest situations with confidence and curiosity.
How to set the tone for the cadence and culture of your team – even before your newest recruits have stepped on board.
The transition from managing individual contributors to managing managers is not as simple as it seems. Here’s why, and how to navigate that transition.
An alternative approach to ensuring interpersonal connection – and individual health – in a globally distributed team.
How engineering leadership roles have evolved – from managers to VPEs and CTOs – and how these roles interact with their teams today.
“You’re moving from the manager owning delivery to the team owning delivery.” Here’s how agile transforms the roles that engineering managers play.
The myth of “healthy tension,” and a more holistic approach to handling the conflict that will inevitably arise in your team.
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